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) how are you? place plaus nice to see you, thanks for coming on the show. >> this is cool. i can't believe i'm sitting here. >> stephen: it's real lucite, baby. let me ask you, so i would think the hardest thing to do in acting is dance, like just be uninhibitied. i don't think-- i can barely do it at parties when i'm hammered. >> you know, this is me most of the time. i'm definitely -- >> a wall flower. >> absolutely. >> stephen: so how do they-- what do they do to get you guys to be uninhibitied or to let loose? do they have to-- is that two hours into it, how do they do it? >> you're doing on the road, don't mess it up. >> did you feel that pressure. >> yeah, i think that was the main thing that sort of kick started everything for us, is we sort of felt like we would do anything for it yeah, i was pretty scared of that scene. because my mom-- homes are few and far between where i really get to exhibit, you know, like pure sort of wild nature, exuberance. >> stephen: and are you such a muse in the film that it is such an important catalyst element. >> yes, it is. she definitely
the universe ends. >> please welcome sean carroll. chors plaus how's it going, nice to see you, dr. carroll. >> mr. doctor doctor. >> you can call me sean. >> stephen: thank you, dr. sean, thanks for coming back, a tv psychiatrist, dr. sean, theoretical physicist who theoretically helped you. okay, now you're back again to talk about one of the great mysteries of modern theoretical physics. and that is the particle at the end of the universe, how the hunt for the his bosan leads to us the edge of a new world. okay, you are, this is the second time you've been on to talk about this i think you're like the fourth or fifth guy who had to come on and explain to me what the hell is happening at the large hedron collider over there in switzerland, right. >> and not america, okay. not america. >> we had our chance. >> we did. >> it makes it hard to trust if it doesn't happen in the united states, doesn't it, science is everywhere. >> the same science,. >> really? >> in geneva as in new york city. >> but during the cold war when we were fighting the soviets our german scientists were better than th
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)